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Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by bluenow, Oct 9, 2018.
I see! That should be pretty good
So if there are no other symptoms in a couple of days do you think it is safe to assume this was just a normal lining shed? or should I give it longer?
I would watch for a couple of days, if they all appear to be happy, active, eating/drinking with no other symptoms, then I think you will be fine.
Isn't layer feed too high in calcium for chicks? Or is that a story we are told so Purina and other companies can sell more products?
Really layer feed should not be fed until chicks/pullets are 16wks of age. Since the OP said they were 3-4months old, it's probably fine.
Personally, I prefer a flock raiser feed and just offer calcium on the side.